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The Right to Sex: Feminism in the Twenty-First Century (2021), Bloomsbury UK; Farrar, Straus and Giroux, USA.

New Conversations in Philosophy, Politics and Law, co-edited with Ruth Chang, OUP (under contract).

The Contingent World: Genealogy, Epistemology, Politics (in progress).


Radical Externalism: (2020), The Philosophical Review

Sex as a Pedagogical Failure: (2020), Yale Law Journal

Genealogy, Epistemology and Worldmaking: (2019), Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society. Selected for Oxford University Press’ ‘Best of Philosophy 2019’.

No Platforming: (2018) (with Robert Simpson) in Academic Freedom (J. Lackey, ed. OUP)

The Aptness of Anger: (2018), Journal of Political Philosophy. Reprinted in the Philosopher’s Annual as one of the ten best papers of 2018.

How to do things with philosophy: (2018) in European Journal of Philosophy (on Nancy Bauer’s How to Do Things with Pornography)

The Ineffable and the Ethical: (2018) Philosophy and Phenomenological Research (on Judith Butler’s Senses of the Subject)

Philosophy and Ideology: (2016) Theoria (on Jason Stanley’s How Propaganda Works)

The Archimedean Urge: (2015) Philosophical Perspectives

Normativity without Cartesian privilege: (2015) Philosophical Issues [uncorrected proof - published version here]

Are We Luminous?: (2015) Philosophy and Phenomenological Research [uncorrected proof -- published version here]

Disagreement without Transparency: Some Bleak Thoughts: (2013) (with John Hawthorne), The Epistemology of Disagreement: New Essays (J. Lackey and D. Christensen, eds. OUP) [uncorrected proof]


Effective Altruism and its Limits: forthcoming in The Norton Introduction to Ethics (E. Harman and A. Guerrero, eds.)

Feminism and Metaethics: (2017) in The Routledge Handbook of Metaethics (T. McPherson and D. Plunkett, eds.)

The Political Limits of Compassion: (forthcoming) in Thom Brooks (ed), Political Emotions: Towards a Decent Public Sphere

Does feminist philosophy rest on a mistake? (Unpublished keynote given at the Kings College London MAP conference, 2015)